From: Daniel Holth (dholth_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-04-21 16:43:25
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Vladimir Prus wrote:
| On Tuesday 28 December 2004 23:05, David Abrahams wrote:
| > >> There's no precedent for that in any build system
| > >> I've seen,
| > >
| > > SCons?
| > SCons requires a file at the root of a project that isn't called
| > Sconsfile? That's news to me.
Autoconf has a top-level file called configure, among other things. I
think it can be useful to be able to find the root of a project without
having to look inside files. Especially when dependency project trees
are nested inside your project.
It still confuses me though.
- - Daniel
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